2003 ASP/WCT BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / July 20, 2003

SURF: 6 to 8 feetEVENTS HELD: Round two completed, rounds three heats 1-16. NATURES CALL: Big, bordering on wild. PREDICTED: […]

2003 GLOBE/GALLAZ PRO OCEANSIDE: DAY THREE

posted by / News / July 20, 2003

LIKE WINEAGED WINNERS GERLACH AND MACHADO PROVE BEST IN SHOW FOR DAY THREE OF THE GLOBE/GALLAZ PRO Looking down on […]

2003 ASP/WCT BILLABONG PRO, JEFFREYS BAY: DAY THREE

posted by / News / July 19, 2003

SURF: 4 feet and good. EVENTS HELD: Round Two, heats 6-14. NATURES CALL: Wild out to sea. Big plodding elephants […]

BLAST OFF

posted by / News / July 18, 2003

16-YEAR-OLD HAWAIIAN OLA ELEOGRAM LAUNCHES THE LEVEL FOR DAY TWO: THE GLOBE/GALLAZ PRO Being behind in a heat isn’t always […]

2003 GLOBE/GALLAZ PRO OCEANSIDE: DAY ONE

posted by / News / July 17, 2003

STEPPING STONE: Thin man Machado shakes the rookies at stop three of the Fosters Pro Tour “A stepping stone.” That’s […]

2003 ASP/WCT BILLABONG PRO JEFFREYS BAY: DAY TWO

posted by / News / July 16, 2003

SURF: 4ft. EVENTS HELD: Round one completed, and heats 1-5 of round two. NATURES CALL: If you’d asked me for […]

THE 2003 ASP/WCT BILLABONG PRO AT JEFFREYS BAY: DAY ONE

posted by / News / July 15, 2003

SURF: 4ft, glassy. No lefts. Unseasonably sunny winter weather. EVENTS HELD: Two heats of the VZ trials, and heats 1-11 […]

Op Honor Roll – Brett Simpson

posted by / News / July 14, 2003

This Month’s Top Student: Brett Simpson Recent Grades: First Place Open Men’s, NSSA Southwest Conference No. 10 event Remarks: It’s […]

CLEARING THE AIRWAVES

posted by / News / July 7, 2003

Reality Show. Is there a bigger oxymoron on the planet? Anybody who has watched just one of these cut-and-paste trainwrecks […]

AMERICAN DREAMS

posted by / News / July 7, 2003

SURF: A typical 2-3 foot, dumpy summer swell in Oceanside: fast, bowly sections mixed with some closeouts. Great conditions for […]

DO YOU HEAR SOMETHING?

posted by / News / July 1, 2003

It’s 3 a.m. and you can detect the beginning pulse of an early winter swell rumbling in the darkness outside. […]

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS DAY EIGHT

posted by / News / June 29, 2003

Here are the full results from yet another groundbreaking week at the NSSA Nationals at Lowers. Be sure to check […]

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS DAY SEVEN

posted by / News / June 28, 2003

SURF: Waist to head high southwest pulses, deadly lulls but enough to work with . The losers still can’t blame […]

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY SIX

posted by / News / June 27, 2003

Surf: 2- to 3-feet, fair conditions and dropping Rounds Held: Open Juniors Rounds One and Two; Open Men, Round Two, […]

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY FIVE

posted by / News / June 26, 2003

SURF: Waist to head with occasional overhead sets — darn near perfect contestable Lowers. The long, sectiony rights were the […]

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY FOUR

posted by / News / June 25, 2003

Surf: 3- to 6-foot and good, with long rights and steeper, shorter lefts. Events Held: {{{Explorer}}} Menehune Quarters; Explorer Men […]

SAN CLEMENTE’S GREG LONG WINS THE RED BULL BIG WAVE AFRICA

posted by / News / June 25, 2003

The Red Bull Big Wave Africa is more of a concept than a contest. It’s only gone twice since its […]

THE 2003 NSSA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: DAY THREE

posted by / News / June 24, 2003

SURF: A strong, head-high-plus south swell at Lower Trestles, cleaning up and on the riseEVENTS HELD: {{{Explorer}}} Juniors Rounds One […]

MEL-ROUNDED

posted by / News / June 23, 2003

Whether you’re full-on kooking it or flat-out ripping, there is no group more honest about the quality of your surfing […]

THE 2003 ASP/WCT NIIJIMA QUIKSILVER PRO DAY FIVE

posted by / News / June 23, 2003

Reigning world champion AndyIrons (Kauai, Haw) today won the Niijima Quiksilver Pro and extended hisalready commanding ratings lead. The US$250,000 […]

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